Convert your International Olympic Committee (IOC) diploma in sports nutrition into a Masters, and delve deeper into the science behind the subject at the University of Stirling.
Sport nutrition is an increasingly vital part of elite sport and there has never been a better time to specialise, as recreational competitive
This Masters degree focuses on the science behind sports nutrition and is designed specifically for students who already have an International Olympic Committee (IOC) Diploma in sports nutrition and want to further their knowledge.
To complete the course, you’ll be asked to plan, conduct and write a research project in Sports Nutrition, and you’ll receive high-quality training and support from our expert staff as you study. By the time you graduate, you’ll have an even greater knowledge of sports nutrition and a clear understanding of how to put your research into practice.
This course is designed to expand on the knowledge you’ve acquired whilst studying for your IOC Sports Nutrition diploma. You’ll complete a dissertation on an approved topic of your choice while gaining a deeper understanding of the science behind the subject, a broader network of expertise and an enhanced ability to share your findings with the wider world.
The IOC recognises the University of Stirling as one of just six universities in the world that offers an MSc conversion course for its highly-regarded diploma in Sports Nutrition.
The University of Stirling is Scotland’s University for Sporting Excellence. Our five-star sports facilities include The National Tennis Centre, an on-campus golf course, Olympic-sized swimming pool and much more. We’re consistently ranked among the best universities in the UK for our sports facilities, making Stirling the perfect destination if you’re studying sport or the science behind it.
The University of Stirling’s Faculty of Health Sciences and Sport was ranked 1st in Scotland for Health Sciences in the most recent Research Excellence Framework (2014).